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    by Published on 01-02-2012 04:48 PM
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    This dock is supposedly the best dock for your iPhone.

    Please view this content on a computer.

    Today, tipped by iOS developer Ori Kadosh, we found a cool new docking concept that is expected to be launched in April of this year. It is a 'perfect' docking solution that isn't so tight that you cannot get your iPhone out of the dock with one hand, and it's not so loose that you can knock it over with a touch. It's right in between. The ...
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    by Published on 01-02-2012 03:55 PM
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    Applocker 2 is an iOS security system for your applications and much more.

    Are you one who loves keeping your iDevice so airtight that not even some of the best iPhone tinkerers can figure out how to get into your stuff? The iOS pass code is a great way to secure your iPhone, but it doesn't exactly offer pristine protection all across your device and figuring a four digit pass code isn't particularly hard to do. If you use the complex option, all someone needs to do is look over your shoulder and they know how to get full access to your iPhone. ...
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    by Published on 01-02-2012 02:20 PM
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    PostSecret App Trailer released earlier this year.

    PostSecret founder Frank Warren announced today that after three months he is pulling the popular iOS app.



    PostSecret has become an international phenomenon and the dedicated fan-base and user-base followed the blog to the iOS platform posting nearly 2 million secrets during the apps 3-month life cycle. The $1.99 app even enjoyed a nice stay as the top selling ...
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    by Published on 01-02-2012 01:30 PM
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    Christmas morning came and went, but a gaping hole remained in my heart. I experienced the usual joy of receiving and the gratification of giving, but still there it was, an emotional vacuum located somewhere between fulfilled and disappointed.

    I found what was missing. The Steve Jobs action figure above, complete with its own reality distortion field.

    The 12” Steve Jobs action figure from toy company In Icons is set to be released in February for $99. ...
    7 Comments  2921 Views
    by Published on 01-02-2012 11:29 AM
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    Already deployed everywhere from airplane cockpits to British grocery store shopping carts, hospitals stand poised as the next frontier for iPads to conquer.

    As it turns out, hospitals - which are always in search of ways to slash costs while improving efficiency - are beginning to use iPads as lobby kiosks. With little more than a floor-mounted stand to prop it up, the iPad is being used as a highly ...
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    by Published on 01-02-2012 10:51 AM
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    I'm blacklisting you, and you, and you. Oh and especially you...


    Ryan Petrich released an update to Activator today adding a ton of new features to the popular gesture, button, and shortcut management system.

    Here’s a quick list of whats new in version (1.6):

    ● New slide gestures
    ● Add blacklist feature
    ● Add "Virtual Assistant" action
    ● Rotate menu actions and slide events with the screen orientation
    ● Reduced in-app startup ...
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    by Published on 01-02-2012 10:13 AM
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    Following a number of reader tips and subsequent blogosphere chatter, it appears that an internal testing application for iPhone in-app purchases called "GameStore" made its way to the App Store today.

    The $0.99 app, however, doesn't do anything. That is, there's no apparent functionality to the app that some believe was accidentally leaked and pushed to the App Store on Monday.

    What ...
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    by Published on 01-02-2012 10:02 AM
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    It's your own fault if you didn't wake up this year.

    Yesterday marked the new year, and with it a few iOS users may have found themselves waking up later than planned, and not because of their excessively inebriated state the night before.

    Last year on the first and second of January a number of iOS users were afflicted by a bug that prevented their set alarms from actually working. ...
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    by Published on 01-02-2012 09:33 AM
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    2011 ended on a high note for Apple in no shortage of ways. But in terms of the company's iOS, there were many reasons for celebration, not the least of which is the dominant market share of mobile web browsing Apple's operating system now controls.

    As of December 2011, Apple enjoyed a 52.1 percent share of all mobile devices browsing the web. Despite several mobile categories in which ...
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    by Published on 01-01-2012 06:17 PM
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    As part of Apple's 12 Days of Christmas promotion Snapseed, the iTunes Rewind 2011 Best iPad App of the Year, is available for free until midnight tonight. I reside in the U.S. and was able to download the App for free despite the 12 Days of Christmas app being available exclusively in the U.K. and Canada.

    Snapseed, developed by Nik Software, normally retails for $4.99 and is an incredibly ...
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    by Published on 01-01-2012 05:30 PM
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    This new tweak animates your SpringBoard.

    Sometimes the stock iOS look is too professional and we need to do some fun things to make it feel more personalized. One way that we can do this is with a new jailbreak tweak that has been dubbed Motion by its developers J. Corbett and J. Einbinder. Motion will let you bring your dead and motionless SpringBoard to life. Usually your icons just sit there and are free of any animations except for inertial paged scrolling which technically isn't even an animation, but instead a response to touch. ...
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    by Published on 12-31-2011 03:37 PM
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    The Skullcandy Titan in-ear headphones.

    In-ear headphones are hit or miss headphones. Either they're comfortable or they're not. Either they have good bass or they don't. They can also be quite expensive for what they do. You'll also find that sometimes a cheaper pair could be better than a more expensive pair. It all depends on your ear-size, iPod equalizer settings, and hearing abilities. No pair of headphones is the same ...